The Proud Boys is a far-right , neo-fascist , chauvinist , and exclusively male white nationalist organization that promotes and engages in political violence in the United States and Canada. The group originated in the far-right Taki's Magazine in under the leadership of Vice Media co-founder and former commentator Gavin McInnes , taking its name from the song " Proud of Your Boy " from the Disney musical Aladdin. According to the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism , the group believes men and Western culture are under siege , their views having elements of the white genocide conspiracy theory. The group has been banned from numerous social networks, including Facebook , Instagram , and Twitter ,  as well as YouTube. Gavin McInnes co-founded Vice magazine in , but he was pushed out in due to "creative differences".
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During the debate last Tuesday, President Donald Trump did not condemn the "western chauvinist" men's group that the Southern Poverty Law Center says is a hate group. But on social media, many men in the LGBTQ community began sharing photos of themselves and their partners to counter the group's rhetoric. Debate moderator Chris Wallace asked Trump last Tuesday whether he would condemn white supremacists and militia groups and urge them to stand down and avoid contributing to the violence. Megan Squire, a professor of computer science at Elon University in North Carolina who studies online extremism, said the comment led the group's organizers to feel "validated.